5 Great Kitchen Deals You Can Score During West Elm's Clearance Sale

5 Great Kitchen Deals You Can Score During West Elm's Clearance Sale

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Kelsey Mulvey
Aug 21, 2018
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If there's one store we don't talk about enough, it's West Elm. Everyone knows — and loves — West Elm for its sleek, mid-century furniture and home accessories, but the store has its fair share of kitchen accessories. We're talking cute kitchen towels, sleek stemware, and much, much more.

Problem is, West Elm's wares aren't exactly cheap. Sure, you're willing to drop a couple hundred dollars on a modern sofa or side table, but you may be hesitant to spend close to $100 on some wine glasses — especially when there are cheaper options elsewhere.

So let's talk about West Elm's clearance section. For a limited time only, markdowns are up to 60 percent off. If you want to integrate West Elm's cool, modern aesthetic into every room in your home — including your kitchen — now's the time to start shopping. Just hurry because quantities are limited.

Below, five great finds worth adding to your cart.

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1. Enamel Trays, from $40 each (was $99)

These enamel trays are perfect for stacking fresh fruit or for serving a batch of warm, homemade cookies.

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2. Rauschenberg Mugs, $5 each (was $10)

West Elm reimagined Robert Rauschenberg's beloved artwork into handcrafted porcelain mugs. If you can't get to a museum during the work week, this is the next best thing.

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3. Tassel Embroidered Napkins, $20 for four (was $32)

Trust us — these napkins will be a hit at your next dinner party. And because it's never too early to start thinking about the holidays, we can totally see the pink ones on a Christmas table or the blue ones on a Hanukkah table.

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4. Marble + Brass Inlay Cheese Board, $40 (was $59)

Speaking of the holidays, get a head-start on your shopping with this sale. After all, who wouldn't want to get a marble cheese board? And at $39, it sounds like a Gouda deal to us. (Sorry, we had to!)

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5. Geo Bottle Stopper Set, $35 for four (was $49)

If you tend to have more than one bottle of wine open at a time (a white and a red, for example), then you'll be able to put this four-piece set to use. Sadly, only the silver set is currently on markdown; the gold set remains at full price.

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